• Princess Kate has cancer
  • An insider talks about her return
  • What happens next?

Since Princess Kate's (42) cancer diagnosis she has shown remarkable strength and determination. Royal fans worldwide are wondering when she will return to the public eye AND will she be the same?

Princess Kate's comeback: Is she "strong enough"?

Prince William shared positive news about his wife's health during a visit to St. Mary's Community Hospital in May. He mentioned that Kate, despite the challenges, she is "doing well".

Princess Kate's road to recovery seems promising. She has been seen running errands and spending time with her family in recent weeks. All of this suggests that she is willing and able to play an active role in her children's upbringing. An insider told 'Us Weekly' that "Kate’s feeling strong enough to be very involved with the kids."

Although Kate's return to her royal duties is still up in the air, there are positive signs that she is preparing for a comeback. An insider revealed that Kate has been briefed on a new report from her early childhood center, the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood. This suggests that she is still interested in the issues close to her heart, even if she is currently unable to actively work. However, her appearance at the Trooping the Color parade on June 15 has been canceled.

Princess Kate: "Reevaluating what she's going to be able to take on"

Princess Kate could be in the role people have seen her in before, or "she may never come back in the role that people saw her in before," says another source. She has to shift down a gear and can no longer manage as many tasks at once as she used to. Kate and her team are "reevaluating what she’s going to be able to take on when she comes back," the source continued to 'Us Weekly'.

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The royal family, and Princess Kate and Prince William in particular, are currently enjoying some respite after King Charles III (75) and Queen Camilla (76) announced they would be postponing certain engagements due to the upcoming general election in July. This break will allow Kate and William to spend more time together with their children.